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Search for suspicious man in Columbia County

Source: Columbia Co. Sheriff's Office Source: Columbia Co. Sheriff's Office
Suspect's vehicle (Source: Columbia Co. Sheriff's Office) Suspect's vehicle (Source: Columbia Co. Sheriff's Office)
Suspect entering another car (Source: Columbia Co. Sheriff's Office) Suspect entering another car (Source: Columbia Co. Sheriff's Office)
COLUMBIA COUNTY, GA (WFXG) -

Columbia County Sheriff’s investigators are trying to track down a man accused to trying to get inside several cars parked at a business. He was spotted walking around cars at a Salsa’s restaurant, possibly even testing door handles on several of those cars. Managers at the business walked outside, and the man left the premises.

Investigators tell FOX 54 he returned several hours later (driving the same car and wearing the same clothes). At that point, he entered a black Impala. He did not take anything from the vehicle. Cooks from the restaurant arrived in the parking lot, and the man left again.

The suspect drives what appears to be a dark-colored (possibly black) Nissan Pathfinder.

If you can help identify the man in these photos, please call the Columbia County Sheriff's Office: 706-541-2800.

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